Comments: Election Night 2006 Running Diary

Good analysis,its time to wait n watch for final results..

My name is Mark Johnson, and I've been visiting your site for past few months


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Posted by Mark Johnson at November 8, 2006 04:00 AM

No mention of the Midterm Midtacular? haha

Posted by Megan at November 8, 2006 11:44 AM

Great Blog. In your channel surfing you missed the classic moment of the night on MSNBC. They did a live cut away to Florida. A reporter was speaking live from the Negron headquarters. Unfortunately it seems they went to the live feed way too late. The hall was empty and workers were dissembling the podium. Keith Olbermann commented that you didn't have to rely upon concession speeches or proedictions. You know you have lost when they show a shot of them removing furniture and the campaign headquarters

Posted by James Kilbourne at November 8, 2006 01:15 PM

Your friend Nancy Grace is going to be on Jeopardy tonight...

Posted by A at November 8, 2006 02:35 PM

And the most underrated 2006 election story--a ballot initiative to ban gay marriage in Arizona has apparently LOST-the first time that I'm aware of that this has happened at the ballot box. And who would have thought: Arizona?!

Posted by Ev at November 8, 2006 04:45 PM

The Saxton vs Sexton race is nothing new. In 2002, Dick Durbin ran against someone named Durkin.

Posted by BZ at November 10, 2006 06:59 AM
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